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Blue Sky and Blue Ribbons for Mother and Daughter Team Hope and Avery Glynn on the First Day of the Menlo Charity Horse Show
Thursday, August 11 2016 by Editor
Avery and Hope Glynn ATHERTON, CA – August 10, 2016 Blue Sky and Blue Ribbons for Mother and Daughter Team Hope and Avery Glynn on the First Day of the Menlo Charity Horse Show Hope Glynn is delighted to be back at the Menlo Charity Horse Show (MCHS). Although it has been several years since her last attendance, this has not been through choice, but due to the difficulties in scheduling the growing annual show circuit calendar; not only for themselves but also for the clients and horses in their program. The logistics getting to the USHJA International Hunter Derby Fails and Pre Green Incentive Championship in Kentucky have resulted in missing out on this historic event and the only opportunity in Northern California to show on the grass.
By Britney Anderson To anyone outside the horse world, happily shoveling horse dung, filling a stall with shavings and hauling hay are not things they might expect of 19-year-old Jennifer Gates. But Jennifer, oldest daughter of Bill and Melinda Gates, is quite adept at doing all of those things, including under the scrutiny of the
Monday, May 25 2015 by Editor
Traveling to a destination horse show has never been more inviting! Santa Fe, known as “The City Different,” offers an array of lodging options showcasing it’s unique old world charm. Whether you are looking for quaint bed and breakfast, luxury hotel, a cozy, authentic casita or a posh, amenity-filled private home, Santa Fe has something for you. When arranging your visit for the Santa Fe Summer Series, please consider staying with one of our preferred lodging facilities.
Tuesday, August 19 2014 by Editor
Devon, PA (August 5, 2014) – Each year, the Dressage at Devon Breed Show hosts hundreds of well-bred colts and fillies.
Friday, June 13 2014 by Editor
Lexington, KY – June 12, 2014- The summer show season has begun and Castlewood Farm has hit the road running.
Congratulations to Reining rider Dan James, who won the Freestyle at the Kentucky Reining Cup on Smart Little Elan and became an overnight YouTube sensation with his “Lone Ranger” themed routine. The video of his ride has received more than 160,000 views with the count climbing daily. James awed the packed house at the Alltech Arena
Waiting your turn for a schooling jump at a big show such as WEF can be a daunting task if one is unaccustomed to the process.
COLLEGE PREPARATORY INVITATIONAL (CPI) MARKS FOURTH YEAR WITH TREMENDOUS SUCCESS AND HIGH MARKS AT THE JIM BRANDON EQUESTRIAN CENTER IN PALM BEACH,…
Saturday, April 12 2014 by Editor
Over $7,000 in scholarships & awarded thanks to Charles Owen & Co., FootingFirst, LLC, and the CPI Junior Ambassadors – Scholarship Award Recipients with Olympian, Peter Wylde WELLINGTON, FL – March 31, 2014 – The nation’s premiere equestrian college recruiting event, the 2014 College Preparatory Invitational (CPI), concluded yesterday, Sunday, March 30, 2014, at the Jim Brandon Equestrian Center in Palm Beach, Florida. The 2014 College Preparatory Invitational (CPI) marked its fourth year with 150 student riders and nearly 30 participating colleges/universities from all over the nation. More than 30 states, including Hawaii, were represented by the diverse roster of participants who attended the three-day event designed to provide scholarships and educate student riders about the different formats of college equestrian competitions while providing riders with resources to help them create their own indiv idualized college equestrian experience. CPI High Point Equitation Champion & Scholarship Winner, Kristin Konopnicki with Roy Burek, Managing Director, Charles Owen At the conclusion of all competition and speaker presentations, the CPI recognized its top performing student riders in various categories and awarded 11 scholarships awards
By Kate Eagleton Cairo and I on his first day at East Wind Farms in Florida. He traveled all the way from Kentucky